Plot 13, Churchgate Mews, Stockport Town Centre



Full Description

A striking BRAND NEW 2-bedroom, 2 bath apartment, part of a stunning collection of 24 fabulous apartments and duplex penthouses, featuring a PRIVATE BALCONY, access to a fantastic residents’ rooftop terrace and located in Stockport’s highly popular, vibrant old town.

Churchgate Mews is an amazing, new and highly desirable development in the artisan heartland of Stockport. This exciting new place to live ticks all the boxes offering a contemporary, stylish new home with a high specification throughout, in an exciting ‘chic’ location and providing exceptional value for money.

The design of Churchgate Mews is innovative with its striking reproduction Georgian street façade, featuring timber-sash windows and door mantels to the front, blends seamlessly with the architecture of the surrounding old town vernacular and buildings as well as the historic St Mary’s Church opposite, whilst to the rear, this period detailing is contrasted by 21st century styling, with modern brickwork, large UPVC windows and glass balustrades.

The development is complemented by a fabulous and quite unique residents’ glass-balustraded roof terrace, for use by all apartment owners. Not only a suntrap but a place to take in south-westerly views across the town centre rooftops and beyond. This truly is an “icing on the cake” feature that really raises the appeal and benefit of this apartment, when compared with similar properties nearby.

Designed as two blocks of 12 apartments built over five levels, linked by a central atrium and staircase, the property offers an unrivalled interior which is absolutely ‘en-vogue’ with the highest standard of finishes, fixtures and fittings throughout.

The fitted kitchen provides a range of integrated appliances, including washer/dryer, dishwasher and fridge/freezer, plus there are two beautifully tiled bathrooms, one being an en-suite shower room to the master bedroom. The property has a mixture of ‘oak flooring’ and carpets, with the bathroom floors being fully tiled. The bright modern interior is enhanced by several finishing touches including solid oak finished internal doors, satin ironmongery, USB points and recessed down lighters in the kitchen and bathroom.

Traditionally built with soundproofing benefits, good insulation, thermally and acoustically efficient double-glazed windows, complemented by an efficient electric heating with Solar Panel support helping to reduce carbon emissions and provide energy savings.

The communal atrium provides the main entrance which is securely keypad operated with audio intercom linked to the apartment. The entrance door is a high performance, pre- finished composite door. The communal area provides two staircases to five levels and access to the cycle store and refuge collection areas.

Then interior living accommodation is carefully designed with meet modern day living requirements. The interior accommodation summary:
• HALLWAY – private entrance door
• Private balcony with Glass Balustrade
• EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM to master bedroom

If you have a car you may wish to apply for an off-site parking permit for the car park opposite, known as Churchgate Car Park SK1 1YA. This may be arranged through Stockport Council from only £250.00 pa.

Buying a new home at Churchgate Mews is just plain good common sense. Not only does it represent exceptional value for money with its great location, tremendous specification and stylish interiors, it could also be much easier than you think to secure your dream home. That’s because you can buy your apartment at Churchgate Mews with the benefit of the government’s assisted purchase scheme, known as Help To Buy, subject to contract and approval. (Written details available on request).

In a prime location opposite St Mary’s Church in the heart of Stockport’s ‘old town’ and historic Market Place, Churchgate Mews could not be better situated. Set against the backdrop of the Grade II listed Victorian Market Hall with its ‘olde-worlde’ cobble stones, gaslights and vintage market days, and Little Underbank, with its record, rare magazine and own gig venue, the apartment lies at the heart of the vibrant Old Town. You are within hub of the town’s exciting range of independent Bohemian and artisan cafés, bars, restaurants and shops, quite literally, on your doorstep!

Stockport Old Town is already home to several award-winning businesses thanks to the efforts and energies of local people and a dynamic Old Town events programme, which brings together shoppers and visitors with a love of food, drink and entertainment, to enjoy the evening economy, ‘Foodie Friday’ and some unique fringe and folk festivals.

In fact, on Rostron Brow and opposite the entrance to Churchgate Mews, is the location of the highly rated Michelin reviewed restaurant “Where the Light Gets In”. – It is literally on your doorstep!

Leisure time will never be dull at Churchgate Mews – and that’s a promise!

Venture slightly further afield, a five- minute walk, and you’ll arrive at Stockport’s prime retail destinations standing side by side - Merseyway Shopping Centre and Redrock Stockport, where there is a cinema, gym, bowling alley, bars, restaurants & an abundance of popular high street shops, just to name a few. Alternatively, you could choose to travel a few junctions along the M60 to the Trafford Centre, ‘the world-renowned shopping and entertainment destination’.

Living at Churchgate Mews means you will have easy access to all Greater Manchester’s amenities and attractions. The new £1bn transport interchange is going to make out of town journey times even quicker and easier.

By Car:
• Manchester city centre (Piccadilly station area) – 6 miles/13 minutes
• Manchester Airport – 9 miles
• M60 Motorway Junction 1 – five minutes

By Train:
Within easy walking distance there are fantastic connections from Stockport railway station and regular services from Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Airport. Stockport is on the West Coast Main Line route with London Euston services every twenty minutes and inter-city connections to Crewe, Sheffield, Liverpool, Newcastle, Birmingham and other major cities. Stockport station is just off the A6, which runs through the town centre.

By Bus:
The local bus station runs approximately sixty-five services in the Greater Manchester area, so you are never far from a service into or out of town where you can take the free “Metroshuttle” bus around the town centre, which collects every 12 minutes during prime times.

By Tram?
Fingers crossed – it’s on its way! The Stockport Metrolink extension is expected to start in 2025 from East Didsbury to Stockport town centre predicting a further economic boost to the town as the development is planned to include a range of additional retail, leisure and residential developments as well as a moving walkway to link the bus station with the train station.

Churchgate Mews lies within a £7m regeneration zone, backed by Stockport Council and its partners. This is already making a big impact with many old buildings being brought back to life and a raft of incentives available to encourage the development of independent retailers and creative industry start-ups. Stockport is currently undergoing radical transformation, with over £1 billion dedicated to the regeneration of the town centre and dynamic growth.

In our opinion: “Stockport’s residential property market is flourishing with the town declared one of North West England’s price growth hotspots with strong capital appreciation expected. The town centre has great connectivity, with authorities providing a clear vision and strategy with public sector support, which is resulting in increasing interest from developers and investors – all supporting a new wave of investment in urban centres, together creating great sustainable and healthier places to work, live and enjoy shopping, leisure and cultural opportunities”.

Additional information on this property is available on request including: Property Brochure; Floor Plan Brochure; Service Charge Budget; Help to Buy Leaflet & Key Information Leaflet.

The property is expected to be build complete Q1 2021.

The sale of this property is subject to a reservation process, based on off-plan sale terms, subject to contract. A summary of the reservation process is listed below:
Reservation fee of £1,000
Reservation fee is payable through your legal advisers and held on account by the seller’s solicitors
The reservation and fee are subject to the Construction Consumers Code
(copy available on request)
The buyer is expected to exchange contracts to purchase within 6 weeks of their legal representative receiving the contract
The deposit requested on exchange of contracts is 5% of the purchase price, less the reservation fee paid
All deposit payments will be on protected terms arranged with the solicitors
Written details are available on request.

This property is offered for sale by means of private treaty and on subject to contract terms.

This property is offered with vacant possession on completion.

The EPC band will be advised once completed.

The property Council Tax Band will be advised once assessed.

The New Home Warranty provider is Checkmate.

HM Governments assisted purchase scheme known as Help To Buy Equity Loan is available on this property, subject to contract and approval.
Written details are available on request.

The property is subject to a long Leasehold title for 250 years, less 3 days, commencing on 1st January 2021 and subject to a ground rent equal to 0.1% of the purchase price, payable annually to the Freeholder. Confirmation will be provided by the seller’s solicitors before contracts are entered.

Currently estimated at £1.45 psf.

As agents, we have not checked any mains or private utility services at this property, neither have we received confirmation or sought confirmation from the statuary bodies of the presence of these services and their function. We cannot confirm services are in working order. We have not checked any of the appliances, electrical, heating or plumbing systems at this property. All prospective buyers should satisfy themselves on these points prior to entering into a contract and we recommend and advise any prospective buyer to obtain advice and verification from their solicitor and / or surveyor on all matters.

The property is currently under construction and is being sold on off-plan sale terms, subject to reservation process (written details available on request).

We can offer telephone and digital meetings to discuss the property and the development in comprehensive detail.

No viewings can be conducted at the property until construction is complete and it is safe to do so.


Contact Us

O'Connor Bowden | Lettings, Management & Sales - Manchester and Cheshire
Bank Chambers, 1 Compstall Road, Romiley, Stockport, SK6 4BT
T: 0161 808 0010


O’Connor Bowden has not checked any mains or private utility services at this property, neither have we received confirmation or sought confirmation from the statuary bodies of the presence of these services and their function. O’Connor Bowden cannot confirm services are in working order. O’Connor Bowden has not checked any of the appliances, electrical, heating or plumbing systems at this property. All prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves on this point prior to entering into a contract and we recommend and advise any prospective purchaser to obtain advice and verification from their solicitor and / or surveyor on all


THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991: The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. Items shown in photographs are NOT included unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars. They may however be available by separate negotiation. Buyers must check the availability of any property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see a property. Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.

All measurements are approximate.

MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967: The property details have been produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide and do not constitute the whole or part of any contract. All liability, in negligence or otherwise, arising from the use of the details is hereby excluded